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Hi guys, 

So excited to start my lifelong dream of building a dollhouse. That being said, I'm seriously intimidated and afraid to remove the 1st piece..lol. Looking forward to meeting new folks with lots of patience who don't mind doing some major handholding.

 

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Welcome to the little family, Jaimie.  Pick up a couple of rolls of painter's tape and a utility knife and a couple of packs of blades and start.  Which house are you building?

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Hello Jaimie :wave:

What are you building?

After you have read the directions, make sure to label the pieces you remove, and then start the dry fit....Same way you eat an elephant, one bite at a time.

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